|2||Wouldn't It Be Nice|
|3||You Still Believe In Me|
|4||That's Not Me|
|5||Don't Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)|
|6||I'm Not Waiting For The Day|
|7||Let's Go Away For Awhile|
|8||Sloop John B|
|9||God Only Knows|
|10||I Know There's An Answer|
|12||I Just Wasn't Made For These Times|
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Brian Wilsons collaberator for Pet Sounds Tony Asher is in the audience as well. I wish Phil Spectors Wall Of Sound (The Wrecking Crew) could have been performing on stage. DVD extras: The Brian Wilson documentary is very informative and a very facinating look into the Pet Sounds creation. The theatre sound DOLBY DTS is an incredible listen I swear you'll feel like your their. I was just glad to see Brian up there on that stage and god I'm happy he is back performing. Brian Wilson and his band have taken an album which is already a classic and made it even better with this live performance. I especially like it because Brian appears to be really enjoying himself in performing his music. This DVD is really nice.
Brian Wilson Presents Smile (also referred to as Smile or the abbreviation BWPS) is the fifth studio album by Brian Wilson, released in September 2004. Its production began as a series of concert performances which were then adapted for a studio album, as well as a 2005 direct-to-video concert film of the same title. The album received great acclaim and earned Wilson his first Grammy Award, later being featured in several "greatest albums" lists. Upon release, it peaked at number 7 on the UK Albums Chart.
Pet Sounds" Brian Wilson – 4:06. Pet Sounds Live Sanctuary SANCD118 never charted in the US or the UK. Personnel. Brian Wilson - vocals, keyboards, arrangements. Brackett, Nathan; with Hoard, Christian, eds 2004 The New Rolling Stone Album Guide 4th ed New York, NY: Fireside/Simon & Schuster p 880 ISBN 0-7432-0169-8.
The Beach Boys' classic 1966 album, Pet Sounds, performed live over six nights at London's Royal Festival Hall by its original creator, Brian Wilson in 2004. The Beach Boys' classic 1966 album, Pet Sounds, considered by many to be pop music's greatest masterpiece, performed live over six nights at London's Royal Festival Hall by its original creator, Brian Wilson in 2004. Brian and his ten-piece band perform the album from beginning to end, including Wouldn't It Be Nice, Sloop John B, God Only Knows, I Just Wasn't Made for These Times and Caroline.
Brian Wilson will perform the landmark Pet Sounds album in its entirety on tour this year to mark the 50th anniversary of this hugely influential Beach Boys album, the latest - and busiest - run for an artist who has built an unexpected career as a touring artist outside his Beach Boys origins. Ironically, the Pet Sounds tour celebrates an album that, to a large degree, owes its success - if not very existence - to Wilson's disdain for touring at the time it was recording, which allowed him to devote all his creative energy to recording what is largely regarded as one of the greatest.
Few had believed that Pet Sounds would ever be performed live, let alone with its creator infusing compositions like Don’t Talk and Caroline No with the kind of passionate performances that on some nights actually exceeded the record. Welcomed back to the world of music (through such honors as induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame ), Wilson was feted in 2001 at An All Star Tribute at Radio City Music Hall. BRIAN WILSON presents SMiLE was released in September, 2004. That Lucky Old’ Sun, his musical tribute to California, premiered in London last September at a series of sold-out concerts at Royal Festival Hall, the venue that had commissioned the piece as part of the celebration of its grand re-opening. Brian plays "Rhapsody in Blue".
Given how disappointing and sterile Brian Wilson's various comeback recordings have been over the past 15 years, I assumed that his decision to record a complete live performance of Pet Sounds was probably hubristic and bound to be depressing. Instead, it caught me completely off guard; Brian's voice sounds amazing - quite often as strong as his voice was in his prime - and his ten-piece band nails the arrangements and the vocal harmonies from the original record almost perfectly
Brian Wilson recording Pet Sounds in the studio in 1967. Besides, it is a past much written about and even documented in the film Love and Mercy, which ends with Wilson singing his song of that name: I thought it was very well portrayed, he says of the movie. Paul Dano did a great job portraying me in the studio doing Pet Sounds. John Cusack did a great performance of me when I was older. Wilson sounds content and healthily immersed in the present. After that album, he adds, I will probably make another record called Brian Wilson Sings the Ballads. Such tributes to fellow artists are not surprising: in I Am Brian Wilson we hear from the man, the music maker, and the music fan. There is no separation, as he puts it, quite simply, Well, music comes from my heart. Brian Wilson performs at New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, .